I attempted to make a palette sorting algorithm once, but it was much harder than I thought. I'm not sure a good one exists, most of the palettes on Lospec were sorted by hand.
seems like a good start. I think the main thing you should focus on next time is the color: first, try only using a few shades for each color. the coffee for example has way more than you need. Second make sure each shade is very different from the others around it so they can be easily seen: from afar you can only really tell the mushroom has 2. If you make the shadows darker, that would be better.
Yes you can use them without worry, they are not licenced / licencable
we could add a section or topic for it, though it would have to be updated manually. when the galleries are released there will be a spot for them there
we also have a board for it on our discord
seems like there's not really a light blue
@v3x3d I've found the best way is to go to the authors profile, click more, then Delete Account Content. This way if they made multiple posts it will delete them too. Then you can ban the account so they cant post any more.
I haven't found a way to see previously deleted posts.
No, pixel art palettes have a much more specific purpose. They are generally made of of "ramps", which is a set of colors you can use to shade a single hue.
blender is great for it, there's lots of advanced tools the others might not have. despite not being specifically for low-poly, a lot of modelling starts with low poly, so it's still well-suited. its also roaring in popularity right now, so there's tons of tutorials and options. its also great for rendering. (oh and check out our recently released blender toolkit)
the only other i think you should check out is blockbench, which recently improved it's low poly modelling tools. its especially suited for pixel textures.
as for ipad, I'm not sure. I haven't ever found a good 3d modelling app for mobile, though I have android.
ultimately i recommend trying out each one and seeing which you like best. a lot of the skills you learn will be transferable, and knowing the differences between them will help you understand them better.
there's a button on the form for uploading an image
hello, welcome! got some pixel art to show us?